Looky what I found manicuring my garden for planting in N.E. Tennessee 👀

Make up rouge compact Sold 1920 to 1925.

 

Mary Pickford was “Pompeian Beauty of the Year” in 1917  ❗️

About big around as a silver dollar.

9 thoughts on “Looky what I found manicuring my garden for planting in N.E. Tennessee 👀

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  1. How interesting! How long do you think it had been buried in your garden?

    It’s not fair… I’ve been looking for hidden money and my flower gardens for years and found nothing!!

    It is so cold here… The coldest day before memorial day EVER!!! I had to turn my furnace back on… I think it’s about 45° right now and there’s frost warnings up in northern Iowa and possibly touching Boone County. I covered some of my flowers

    Have a good memorial day

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    1. ❓ In Dec. & Jan. I spaded up, that section, a foot deep & mixed in 10 pounds of sand & ‘Miracle Grow’ potting mix prepping for the columbine seedlings which I planted last week, and there it was, a round clump of mud which I soaked in water then cleaned it up 🤓

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  2. Things like this makes you wonder how it got there …like one old fashion movies accidentally knocked it out the window or purse or perhaps a overly dramatic fight. Perhaps the women indulged without the breadwinner knowing and hid it under the house and it eventually it got buried… fascinating

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